Syrnola Adams 1860 (snail)

Gastropoda - Pyramidelloidea - Pyramidellidae

Alternative spellings: Odostomia (Syrnola), Pyramidella (Syrnola)

Synonym: Finlayola Laws 1937

Parent taxon: Pyramidellidae according to G. Wienrich and R. Janssen 2007

See also Addicott 1970, Beu et al. 1990, Kendrick 1990, MacNeil 1960, Martin 1904, Palmer 1923 and Sepkoski 2002

Sister taxa: Agatha, Bartschella, Besla, Boonea, Brachystomia, Callolongchaeus, Careliopsis, Chemnitzia, Chrysalida, Creonella, Dunkeria, Ebala, Eulimella, Evalea, Gumina, Herviera, Iolaea, Iselica, Ivara, Ividella, Kleinella, Lacrimiforma, Linopyrga, Longchaeus, Milda, Miralda, Nodostoma, Odontostomia, Odostomella, Odostomia, Odostomiinae, Odostominae, Ondina, Orinella, Otopleura, Peristichia, Pharcidella, Ptycheulimella, Pyramidellinae, Pyrgolampros, Pyrgulina, Salassia, Sayella, Strioturbonilla, Tiberia (Cossmannica), Triptychus, Turbonillinae, Ugartea, Waikura

Subtaxa: Odostomia (Syrnola) marylandica Pyramidella (Syrnola) ochsneri Syrnola (Puposyrnola) Syrnola aclyformis Syrnola angusta Syrnola concava Syrnola cretacea Syrnola granti Syrnola spina Syrnola thelma Syrnola unicostata Syrnola wallacei

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Ecology: epifaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Australia (2 collections), China (1), Fiji (1), French Polynesia (1), Japan (1)

• Pliocene of India (1), Japan (1)

• Miocene of Australia (2), Denmark (1), Germany (28), Italy (2), Japan (1), the Netherlands (2), New Zealand (2), Slovakia (1), United States (2: Florida)

• Oligocene of Belgium (3), Denmark (2), France (9), Germany (1), Hungary (1)

• Eocene of Belgium (2), France (6), the United Kingdom (5), United States (7: Alabama, California, South Carolina, Texas, Washington)

• Paleocene of Belgium (1), Colombia (1), Denmark (4), Greenland (1), Nigeria (1), United States (1: Maryland)

• Cretaceous of Germany (1)

Total: 95 collections including 158 occurrences

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